Wauhillau members, Muskogee Times-Democrat, 15 July 1912
WAUHILLAU CLUB. A large number of Muskogee people and visitors spent the week end at Wauhillau club, where the hot weather weather was tempered by bathing in the cool waters of Barron Fork. Wauhillau Wauhillau has a splendid steward now, and the fine meals.add largely to. tn.e attractiveness of the club. Among those at the club for Sunday, some of whom returned to MuBkogee today, were Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Locke, Jerry Locke, Mrs. J. H. 8ykes, Mr. J. W. Sykes, Mr. and Mrs. Jo 0 Turner, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fast and family, Mr. and »Mrs. Frank Leonard, Miss Francis Burnett, Miss Hansel], Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strain, Mr. and Mrs. Wooster of Enid. Mr. Julius Miller and family. Miss Devinna of Okmulgee, Okmulgee, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Gast, Major W. X. Patterson and family, Miss Rector, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fitts, Mrs. Fltts of Humboldt Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. T^ee Wheeler, Mrs. R. M. Jones and guests of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Cluude Mills, Mr. J. N. Wilkinson, Miss Wilkinson, Wilkinson, Mr. and- Mra> OUea A. Penlck, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Belford and family, Mrs. J. B. Belford and children of Okmulgee, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. BenJ. Cunllff and boy, Miss.Thurman of St. Louis, Mr. Harry G. Gwinnup, Dr. and MrS. Montague sud child. Mr. U. L. Jackson. Carl Echols.